After many years of planning, the early works stage of the $115 million Maryborough Hospital redevelopment is nearing completion.
As a result, you’ll see some increased activity on the corner of Neill and Clarendon streets in the coming days. That means there will be some changes to access and parking in the area.
Some of the key changes include:
- A new driveway to the Urgent Care Centre will open to provide ambulance access and a patient drop-off point (entry remains via Clarendon Street, next to the former entrance).
- The car park next door to the Clarendon Medical Centre will close to make way for the builder’s site office, amenities and materials deliveries.
- Changes to on-street car parking along Neill Street and Clarendon Street (between the new Urgent Care Centre driveway and the Clarendon Medical Clinic) to make way for construction works.
- Hospital and supply deliveries to enter and exit via a driveway on Neill Street (just west of the Nightingale Clinic).
Please be on the lookout for more information on changes to nearby parking coming soon.
The $115 million hospital redevelopment will bring world-class health facilities to Maryborough and is essential to meet the growing needs of our community.
The project team including the Victorian Health Building Authority and Maryborough District Health Service is working closely with the builders and Central Goldfields Shire Council to minimise any impacts in the short-term.
We appreciate your patience as we deliver this significant project for the region. For more information about the project and benefits visit vhba.vic.gov.au or visit our Maryborough Hospital redevelopment web page.